Derek Armstrong
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Derek Armstrong

Republican

American politician

Las Vegas, Nevada
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Derek Armstrong

American politician
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Experience
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Years of Age
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Years of Experience
NVResidence (state)

Derek W. Armstrong (born August 17, 1980) is an American Republican politician and a former member of the Nevada Assembly representing District 21. He won the 2014 Republican primary against Andrew Coates. Armstrong defeated incumbent Andy Eisen. He lost reelection in 2016. Armstrong is a lawyer and veteran of the United States Marine Corps.

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Experience

Education

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William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada-Las Vegas
JD Law
2007 - 2010
University of Nevada-Las Vegas
BA Economics
2005 - 2007
College of Southern Nevada
Attended

Past Positions

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Assembly Member
Nevada State Assembly
2014 - 2017
Partner
Arlint & Armstrong Attorneys at Law
2010 - Current
Risk Analyst
Credit One Bank
2007 - 2009
Partner
Arlint Certified Public Accountants
2007 - Current
Sergeant
United States Marine Corps
2000 - 2005

Other Experience

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Member
Nevada State Bar
2010 - Current
Former Chair
Taxation Committee, Nevada State Assembly
Former Member
Ways and Means Committee, Nevada State Assemble
Former Member
Human Services Committee, Nevada State Assembly
Former Member
Education Committee, Nevada State Assembly
Former Vice Chair
Subcommittee on K-12/Higher Education/CIPS, Nevada State Assembly